Weekend Guide: September 25-26
Reminder that proof of vaccine is now required at restaurants, bars, sports venues, gyms, theatres, cinemas and more. Make sure to check if it is required before heading out this weekend! Grab yours at covid19.ontariohealth.ca And don't forget to check out our weekend guide below!
See the Salmon Run
The Collingwood/Town of Blue Mountains event is a chance for people of all ages to see scores of massive Chinook Salmon fight their way up Silver Creek on their annual spawning run.
609830 Side Rd 12 The Blue Mountains
Or check out these spots closer to the city
Yorkville Murals Art Festival
Toronto’s Yorkville Murals is an annual three-day cultural event that celebrates contemporary muralism and public art.
MOBY: A Whale of a Tale
Climb aboard the Pequod and join the crew as they are led around the world by the infamous Captain Ahab in her vengeful search for Moby, the white whale. This outdoor, dockside show takes place on Pirate Life’s Ship in Toronto's Harbour and is an adventure for the whole family!
585 Queen’s Quay West
Fall Beerfest TO
An outdoor, limited-capacity celebration of beer featuring Grammy Award-winning artist Shaggy, two legendary DJs — DJ Jazzy Jeff and Skratch Bastid — plus, everyone’s favourite party band, Dwayne Gretzky and a whole host of local and international brewers, and a mouth-watering selection of food created from Toronto’s most popular restaurants.
CNE Bandshell Park, 100 Prince Edward Island Crescent
Redpath Waterfront Trail
Take your imagination for a walk on Toronto’s waterfront. This socially distanced waterfront trail will include unique Augmented Reality stops (AR), public art and a number of local promotions at waterfront businesses.
Lower Spadina to Lower Sherbourne
Until Oct 3
Showcasing local businesses, culture + delicious food available here in the marketplace. Come out and enjoy a day filled with free food, giveaways, discounts, music, + lots of FUN! Tickets are FREE + limited. Reserve yours now!
Stackt Market , 28 Bathurst St
The Leslieville Flea at Stackt Market
Shop from a variety of vendors selling vintage, salvaged, handcrafted goods and other cool finds. Satisfy your hunger and thirst with a variety of choices and wander this fabulous container market.
Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst St
Kensington Market Art Fair
The Kensington Market Art Fair (KMAF) is a curated outdoor art fair in Toronto’s historical neighbourhood, focusing on original two and three-dimensional art. KMAF features professional and student works and serves as a platform for all artists to share and express freely and provide the public with a large selection of mediums.
As You Like It
The title of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It holds a double meaning that famously teases, this is a play to please all tastes.
Crow's Theatre, Carlaw Avenue
Until Oct 10
Gallery Weekend Toronto
For four days, visit Toronto’s contemporary art galleries and discover a wide selection of exhibitions showcasing the work of many artists.
THURS-FRI 12-7 & SAT-SUN 12-5
A socially distanced light and sound show that takes you into a compelling story about a city gripped by a blindness epidemic.
Princess of Wales Theatre
Until Oct 24
Visit Cranberry Marsh and take part in an experience that is unique in Northern America!! See how 27 acres of marsh that produce around 300,000-400,000 lbs of cranberries are harvested!
Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery, 1074 Cranberry Road, Bala
Until Oct 24
Go Apple Picking
Nothing says “hello fall” like a trip to the apple orchard, and there are so many great apple picking spots and around Toronto.
Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works
Evergreen's Saturday Farmers Market runs year-round, connecting people in Toronto to local Ontario farmers and producers.
SAT 8AM- 1PM
The Leslieville Farmers’ Market
Sundays 9am - 2pm
150 Greenwood Ave